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Server on Linux

Unconfigure systemd service

If you configured your Server to run as a systemd service, you will need to unconfigure this. The following steps will need to be run as the root user or using sudo:

  1. Stop the service: systemctl stop esm-server
  2. Diable the service from starting on boot: systemctl disable esm-server
  3. Delete the esm-server.service file from /etc/system/systemd
  4. Reload the systemd configuration: systemctl daemon-reload

Uninstall Server


The following instructions will assume an installation directory of /opt/sas/esm

  1. Remove the esm-server directory and all its content: rm -rf /opt/sas/esm/esm-server

Last update: April 24, 2023
Created: April 24, 2023